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February 2019

Where Did I Put Those Keys?~ Matthew 16: 13-20

By | February 17th, 2019|sermons|

Given By Neal Washburn February 17, 2019 The reading today offers us several topics to discuss. Peter is told he is the keeper of the keys to heaven. If you take the Bible literally, then the passage gives us several points.  These are Jesus is the messiah, heaven is real and has a gate that ...

July 2018

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May 2018

Safe Church:From Crazy Dancing to a Movement John 15: 9-17

By | May 6th, 2018|sermons|

Given By Rev. Jaime Romo May 6 2018 The church community, 90 years after Jesus's death, was evolving. Today's reading speaks to this transformation. This Sunday is both Safe Church Sunday and communion. Both are about community and connection. The reading from John touches on love, friendship, and the commandments. John speaks about going out ...

November 2017

Unmerited Grace~Deuteronomy 8:7-18

By | November 19th, 2017|sermons|

Given By Rev. Madison Shockley November 19, 2017 Grace is never earned. God is generous in giving grace and mercy. During this time of thanksgiving, let us contemplate all the things we are blessed with, big and small, that you are born with.  Some examples would be being tall, being born male, or being born ...

May 2017

Non-Matter That Matters

By | May 21st, 2017|sermons|

https://vimeo.com/219246171 Given By Judith Johnson May 21, 2017 Matter is anything you can touch, smell, or taste, has mass, and takes up space. Non-matter does not have these qualities. Some non-matter can be defined like the concept of time. Other non-matter eludes definition like the concept of love. Today, we are talking about one such ...

February 2017

“Geez, Jesus…Love Your Enemies??”

By | February 19th, 2017|sermons|

Continuing with the lessons of Jesus, we learn more from the Sermon on the Mount. Last week, we are instructed to love our neighbor. This week, we are instructed to love our enemies. It is hard to imagine a more difficult task given the current divide in America.

November 2016

October 2016

It’s Still About Love

By | October 16th, 2016|sermons|

On this Coming Out Sunday, the reading reminds us of the conflicts Jesus had with the religious authorities. He challenged them about how they lead the community. Jesus sought to not only expand the social and religious boundaries but also break them down

May 2016

God is Love

By | May 15th, 2016|sermons|

https://vimeo.com/166859923 Today's sermon from Selpastian Chaiyahat teaches a lesson of following God despite the fear of the unknown. Only what comes from the heart is what truly matters. It is our choices on how we react to God's love that bring us happiness. God can not make you chose or make decisions for you, only ...

April 2016

You’ve Fed The Sheep What?!?

By | April 10th, 2016|sermons|

https://vimeo.com/163194383 As guest preacher, Neal Washburn, asks the question, "What did Jesus mean when he asks the disciples to feed and tend my sheep?" According to the reading, John 21: 1-19, the disciples have gone back to fishing in the weeks after Jesus' death. Jesus appears to them and tells them to throw their nets ...

November 2014

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